On 10/30/2015 09:01 AM, Timothy Murphy wrote: > Johnny Hughes wrote: > >>> So I guess the strange IP address probably comes from some Lite-On device >>> somewhere in my house - maybe on the server itself, an HP MicroServer. >>> There are so many possible electronic culprits today. > >> You should be able to use nmap to scan the device. > > Thanks very much for the suggestion, I'll try that. > > I've been surprised how much information I get from iptraf-ng, > which I only discovered recently. > I knew about "arp -a", but I'm told I should be using "ip neigh". > However, that doesn't give the name of each device on the network > (if known), as arp does. > Try putting this line IPV6INIT=no in the relevant config file, probably something like /etc/sysconfig/networking/devices/ifcfg-eth? then restart your network.